PRI's The World: 11/04/2013 (Russia, Egypt, Niger)

November 04, 2013

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The debate over clemency for Edward Snowden and what "clemency" actually means in a legal context. Plus, the father of one of the Greenpeace activists currently imprisoned in Russia — who also once served time in a Soviet prison. And, Andy Warhol's visit to Iran in 1976.

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Lifestyle & Belief

On a South Pacific island, a British prince is a god

The British royal family occupies an odd spot in popular culture. Queen Elizabeth II has been on the throne for decades, Princess Diana was adored until her death, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge — better known as Prince William and Kate — have their every move followed. But Prince Philip, who doesn't often receive such adoration, may have the most interesting story.